Harmony from the noble mold
A gentle wind blows across the wide countryside with lush green meadows and the clear, blue lake. In its heart the landmark Langruti - a place marked by a historic pioneering spirit. Testimony is the 150-year-old mammoth tree, planted by the founder of the Langruti park and businessman, George Page.
In the Langruti the tradition of cheese-ageing started in the 19th century. There were the natural resources: the limestone of the Langruti hill and the water of the nearby natural pond to provide the ideal climate to the Langruti cheese-cellars. Still today the traditional method of affinage is alive in the Langruti.
Here in the mythical cheese-cellars Bleu de Langruti is refined to its perfection. What begins with the fresh cheese of the best Swiss milk from the cow of local artisanal production, time and space is given to the cheese in the Langruti cellars where it is “spiked” by hand with a series of fine needle-holes to let the oxygen in and the noble mold allowed to grow and to form the blue veins in the cheese.
Deep beneath the earth Bleu de Langruti develops to unfold its piquant-spicy taste and creamy texture that makes Bleu de Langruti melt softly in the mouth.The unique harmony of the noble mold leads you into a new world of taste from Switzerland – a creamy blue flavor with a spicy tang.